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Harley-Davidson To Increase Prices Of Its India Line-up
Posted 28 Mar 2017 01:16 PM


Harley-Davidson has announced that it will be increasing the prices of the Street 750, the Sportster and its entire touring range with effect from 1st April, 2017. The company said that it will be increasing the prices by up to 1.5 per cent. A rise in the input costs has led Harley-Davidson to increase its prices in India. Earlier in November, 2016, the company had launched its 2017 range of touring motorcycles with the Road King, the Street Glide Special and the Road Glide Special with the new range of Milwaukee Eight engines. At the same event, it had also launched the 2017 Street 750 with two new colour schemes and ABS as a standard fitment.

Harley-Davidson Models
Street 750 - then Rs 4.98 lakh now Rs 4.91 lakh
Iron 883 - then Rs 8.11 lakh now Rs 7.99 lakh
1200 Custom - then Rs 9.43 lakh now Rs 9.29 lakh
Forty-Eight - then Rs 9.65 lakh now Rs 9.50 lakh
Roadster - then Rs 9.85 lakh now Rs 9.70 lakh
Road King - then Rs 26.85 lakh now Rs 26.49 lakh
Street Glide Special - then Rs 31.70 lakh now Rs 31.25 lakh
Road Glide Special - then Rs 33.33 lakh now Rs 32.81 lakh
CVO Limited - then Rs 51.35 lakh now Rs 50.62 lakh

The company is looking to bring in at least 50 new models in the next five years, globally. And going by its seriousness towards emerging markets such as India, it wouldn't be a far-fetched number. In India, Harley-Davidson has been leading the 600cc and above segment with close to 60 per cent market share for six consecutive years. At present, the company has 14 models in its India line-up including its latest model, the Street Rod 750, which was recently launched in India at ₹ 5.86 lakh.

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